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Antimicrobial silver coating rolled out for print

An antimicrobial coating previously only used on textiles has been rolled out to printed products, including hospital literature and inflight magazines.

Publishers to debate Indian book printing at London Book Fair

A panel of leading international publishers will discuss the changing face of the Indian book printing industry at the "Indian Noon" conference at next week's London Book Fair.

Xaar dismisses Chinese 'strike' claim

Xaar has dismissed claims made by the former staff of its Chinese subsidiary that they had not resigned, as per Xaar's public statement last week, but were instead "on strike".

Bank of India issues a tender notice

The Bank of India has announced open a bid for printing its quarterly house journal, Taarangan.

More than 18,000 visitors flock to LabelExpo Asia 2011

LabelExpo Asia, considered to be the continent's largest event dedicated to the label, product decoration, web printing and converting industry was held at Shanghai New International Expo Centre from 29 November and 2 December 2011.

Mediascope Publicitas launches BlackBook

Mediascope Publicitas unveiled BlackBook, a luxury centric magazine for the Indian audience on December 7.

Product Review: Welbound WB3600

Sachin Shardul says never under-estimate the appeal of a workhorse whose flexibility, fast set-ups, upgradability and productivity are of the highlights of Welbound's 12-clamp perfect binding kit.

Sujille Colour Printers: A print firm in God's own country

The PrintWeek India team visits Sujilee in the picture-perfect town of Kollam (between Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi) and understands how the plant provides five-star service to buyers in the state

"Books for education make perfect sense," says MM Kohli of The Printers House

Automating the plant was just the first of several steps The Printers House (TPH) took to keep up with the increasing demand for web presses. MM Kohli, managing director of TPH tells Rahul Kumar

Breaking news: International Print o Pac to authorise a second packaging plant in Noida

International Print o Pac (IPP), has announced its intention to establish a second custom-built packaging facility of 2,50,000 sq/ft area at its sprawling Noida complex spread over eight acres of land.

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